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Journals



Proceedings

Year 2018

  • A. Schmitt, M. Schreiber and M. Schäfer, Additional degrees of parallelism within the Adomian decomposition method, In Proceedings of ICCE2017 (accepted), 2018
  • M. Schreiber and T. Weinzierl, A Case Study for a New Invasive Extension of Intel's Threading Building Blocks, In Proceedings of the 3rd COSH Workshop on Co-Scheduling of HPC Applications, TUM university press, Jan. 2018

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Talks

Year 2018

  • Dec. 2018: Exponential and spectral deferred correction time integration methods for Weather and Climate Simulations [preliminary title], Workshop, Banff, Canada
  • [hiking break until Sep.]
  • Apr. 2018: Exponential Integrators for Weather and Climate Simulations using Global Spectral Methods, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Apr. 2018: Exponential Integrators for Weather and Climate Simulations using Global Spectral Methods, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (invited mathematics seminar talk)
  • Apr. 2018: Parallel programming paradigms and models for GPU-based supercomputers for mathematicians, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (invited HPC lecture in mathematics)
  • Apr. 2018: From biological parameter optimization to fluid simulations: Parallel programming paradigms and models for GPU-based supercomputer, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (invited HPC lecture in computer science)
  • Mar. 2018: From biological optimization to fluid simulations: How to exploit peta-scale GPU-based supercomputers, University of Grenoble, France (invited HPC talk)
  • Feb. 2018: Exponential Integrators for Weather and Climate Simulations using Global Spectral Methods, University of Grenoble, France (invited math talk)

Year 2017

  • Oct. 2017: Exponential Integrators for Weather and Climate Simulations using Global Spectral Methods, PinT workshop, Monte Verità, Switzerland (invited talk)
  • Sept. 2017: A parallel-in-time method for the shallow-water equations on the rotating sphere, SciCADE conference, Bath, UK (invited talk)
  • July 2017: PinT your life! Time-to-solution challenges for climate and weather simulations, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, Berkeley, US (invited talk)
  • June 2017: SPH-REXI: REXI for the linear shallow water equations on the rotating sphere, PetSc meeting, Colorado University of Boulder, US (invited talk)
  • May 2017: SPH-REXI: A parallel-in-time method for linear oscillatory problems with spherical harmonics, TOY workshop, Boulder, US (invited talk)
  • Apr. 2017: SPH-REXI: A parallel-in-time method for linear oscillatory problems with spherical harmonics, PDEs on the Sphere, Paris, FR
  • Mar. 2017: SPH-REXI: An efficient parallel-in-time solver with application in ocean and atmospheric simulations on the sphere (invited talk, self funded), Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods, Copper Mountain, US
  • Feb. 2017: Parallel-in-time for linear oscillatory problems: From the plane to the sphere (invited talk), Numerical Methods for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics workshop, Imperial College, UK

Year 2016

  • Nov. 2016: PinTing oscillatory problems with a massively paralle rational approximation, Fifth Parallel-in-time Integration Workshop, Banff, CA
  • Sep. 2016: Dynamic Adaptive Mesh Refinement with RLE-clustering vs. Parallelization-in-Time with REXI, Advances in HPC for geoscience applications, Milano, IT
  • Sep. 2016: Beyond scalability limitations: Massively parallel rational approximation of oscillatory problems & more (invited talk), NOAA, USA
  • Mai 2016: Massively parallel rational approximation of oscillatory problems, STFC Daresbury Laboratory, Scientific Computing Department, Daresbury, UK
  • Apr. 2016: Beyond scalability limitations: Massively parallel rational approximation of oscillatory problems (invited talk), Mini-symposium, HPC days in Lyon, Lyon, FR
  • Apr. 2016: HPC & accelerator cards (guest lecture), University of Bath, Bath, UK
  • Feb. 2016: Beyond scalability limitations: Massively parallel rational approximation of oscillatory problems (invited talk), University of Bath, Bath, UK

Year 2015

  • Dez. 2015: PinT it! Parallelization-in-Time for Climate and Weather (invited talk), Technical University of Munich, Munich, GER
  • Nov. 2015: Parallelization in time for climate and weather simulations (invited talk), University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, GER
  • Oct. 2015: Parallelization in time with application for climate and weather, Partial differential equations on the sphere (PDEs), Seoul, South Korea
  • May 2015: Parallelization-in-time for climate and weather, Mathematics of the Weather Workshop 2015, Erquy, FR
  • Mar. 2015: Towards cluster-based parallelization for high-dimensional Cartesian grids, Galerkin methods with applications in weather and climate forecasting, ICMS, Edinburgh, UK

Year 2013

  • M. Schreiber: Parallelization of dynamically changing grids with a cluster-based approach and invasion [pdf] [BibTeX], University of Exeter, Exeter, November 2013, talk as part of research stay.
  • M. Schreiber: Parallelization of dynamically changing grids with a cluster-based approach and invasion [pdf] [BibTeX], Imperial College London, November 2013, invited talk.
  • M. Schreiber: SFC-based Communication Metadata Encoding for Adaptive Mesh [pdf] [BibTeX].
    ParCo 2013, Garching, Technische Universität München, September 2013.
  • M. Schreiber: Cluster Optimization and Parallelization of Simulations with Dynamically Adaptive Grids [pdf] [BibTeX].
    Euro-Par 2013 [preprint], Aachen, August 2013.

Year 2012

  • M. Schreiber: Shared Memory Parallelization of Fully-Adaptive Simulations Using a Dynamic Tree-Split and -Join Approach [BibTeX].
    IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing (HiPC) [preprint], Puna, India, Dezember 2012.
  • M. Schreiber: Invasive Computing on High Performance Shared Memory Systems [BibTeX].
    Facing the Multicore-Challenge III, Stuttgart, September 2012.
  • M. Schreiber: Parallel Fully Adaptive Tsunami Simulations [BibTeX].
    Facing the Multicore-Challenge III, Stuttgart, September 2012.
  • M. Schreiber: What I’m doing or try to do... Sierpi(nski) & more [Link1 Link2].
    Chair Meeting 2012 (non-public presentation), attendees were also Prof. Michael Bader, Oliver Meister, Kaveh Rahnema, Technical University of Munich, June 2012. [BibTex]
  • M. Schreiber: Space-Filling Curves Continued: Sierpinski [Link1 Link2 :-)] [BibTeX].
    Leogang 2012, Leogang, Februar 2012.
  • M. Schreiber: Sierpi Framework [Link1] [BibTeX].
    Sierpinski project meeting, among others attendees were also Joern Behrens but in particular Prof. Michael Bader, Oliver Meister, Kaveh Rahnema, Munich, November 2011.
  • M. Schreiber, K. Unterweger und A. Atanasov: Let's play - building a game physics engine [BibTeX].
    WEP 2012, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, Januar 2012. coauthors: Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Tobias Weinzierl.

Year 2011

  • M. Schreiber: Free-Surface Lattice-Boltzmann Simulation on Many-Core Architectures [BibTeX].
    ICCS 2011, Singapore, Juni 2011, [PDF].



PhD Thesis

Year 2014


Diploma Thesis

Year 2010

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